AATC

AATC 4

Master Coach – Training & Assessment – Coach the Coach

To be a Master Coach means that the general performance and professional attitude is the name of the game. It fits into a Club & Academy leader or a team leader that could work under the name Head Coach. The Master Coach is well prepared, concentrated, and disciplined in his/her way of being and has learned to control structures and be clear and determined. Of course, the Master Coach should be a role model to all other coaches and his/her own playing ability skills are very high. Playing with the best juniors and international players should not be a problem.

  1. Minimum  of 10 years of full-time professional coaching
  2. Minimum 5 years as an accredited Level 2 – advanced – club professional coach
  3. Have successfully completed -worked – or employed as one or more of the following:
  4. Level 3 High Performance – Elite tennis coaching course
  5. Have a tertiary degree in sports science – coaching – physical education or allied course
  6. Delivered tennis coach education courses for more than 3 years.
  7. Have been the head coach at a tennis centre – club or facility for a minimum of 3 years with programs designed by you for beginner – intermediate – advanced – high performance/elite juniors and adult players
  8. As a Master Coach be prepared to deliver coach education on behalf of the AATC as required – mutually agreed to.
  9. To become an accredited Master Coach with the AATC submit a tennis thesis. This thesis should be able to be published.

Applied Biomechanics, Serve and Volley, Return Game, Attack: Defensive & Offensive Game, Aggressive vs. Offensive, Defensive vs. Passive, Concentration and Focus, Common Sports Injuries & Treatment, Movement + Repetition of the Advanced Coach Course